History of Ingrave
St Nicholas' Church,Ingrave, 1896
Reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection.
History of Ingrave >> White's Directory 1863
White's Directory of Essex 1863 - list of inhabitants.
If you wish to trace any of these people on the census returns, the nearest census date for this 1863 directory is the 1861 census.
Note: the directory lists the names in the following order: Surname, First Name. It also abbreviates names. These have been reversed and typed in full to assist research.
My ancestor lived here at this time, but why aren't they listed here? Answer: Not everyone appeared in a trade directory. Please read our Trade Directories article.
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John Golding Ablin, baker, etc.
Mr Edward Alexander and William Alexander
Robert George Arrowsmith, solicitor
Philip Barwell, grocer, etc.
Rev. James Bamber (Catholic, chaplain to Lord Petre
Joseph Bird, shopkeeper
James Eades Blath, butcher
Ann Boardman, schoolmistress
Joseph Boardman, carpenter, etc.
John Brighton, police officer
Robert Bullingham, shoemaker
Sarah Jane Dow, shopkeeper
William Dowsett, beerseller
Henry Thomas Dunster, Esq.
Charles Edwards, builder, etc.
Mr Coy Field
Mr Jesse Gott
Joseph French, farmer, Salmons
William Harbone, gentleman
William Harbone, jun., Butcher
Rev. Robert Abercrombie Johnstone, rector of West Horndon and Ingrave, Rectory
John Kinder, Catholic schoolmaster
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Thomas Linsett, sawyer
David Mizen, baker, etc.
Mrs Sarah Playle
George Palmer, farmer, etc.
John Payne, basket maker
Matthew Playle, victualler, Green Man
Rose Smyth, Catholic schoolmistress
John Steel, blacksmith
Benjamin Whitby, farmer
Captain Lee Hunt Wilson
Mary Wincott, infant schoolmistress
Joseph Young, wheelwright and beerhouse
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Ingrave - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
Ingrave - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805
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